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A NIST Industry-Academic Workshop: Standards and the Digital Economy – Implications for Teaching and Policy
Management, engineering, economics, law and policy courses covering the Digital Economy often miss an essential strategic and competitive element - emerging interoperability standards. These 1.5 day industry-academic workshops will explore standards, how they are developing and how the topic can be addressed in teaching.
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